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project in brooklyn, it's a basketball arena and a development. it brought together interesting people, including mikhail prokhorov and irina prok rovea his sister, bruce ratner the developer and karen brooks hop hopkins. >> i think the barkley center is in keeping with the spirit of brooklyn. >> wh n what way? >> it's like very energetic and you know in the history there were a lot of claims to change urban landscapes just ifill tow and we do remember that the eiffel tower, we can't imagine paris without it and i think it's just a matter of getting used to it. >> rose: nato and brooklyn when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: anders fogh rasmussen is here, he is the secretary general of nato, he was the prime minister of denmark for eight years before assuming his current post in 2009. he is in new york for the u.n. general assembly, nato has significantly redefined its mission since its founding in 1949. it's primarily-- last year it enforce add no-fly zone in libya and the campaign that overthrew
teams check. jay-z, check. streisand check. hbo show check. why so cool brooklyn new york has dumped the shark. all that and much more on cbs "this morning," saturday, october 27, 2012. >>> and welcome to the weekend. >> welcome to the weekend. we want to begin with that story what is being described as a super storm headed up the east coast, hurricane sandy was downgraded to a tropical storm this morning, but it remains sandy is expected to soon combine with two other major storm systems and then increase in strength. right now it's 350 miles off of charleston, south carolina. sandy ripped across the caribbean causing heavy damage in jamaica, haiti and cuba before moving over the bahamas. at least 40 people 40 people are dead in its wake. no one can be certain how powerful it will become but the signs are ominous to say the least. let's get the latest from mark strassman who is in virginia beach, virginia. good morning to you, mark. >> reporter: good morning. we have seen winds pick up overnight, no rain yet but you can see around me wind have picked up. local
about that look. we are tracking a problem in brooklyn at 10th avenue. watch for possible delays. not bad towards 70. looking good on 70 in towards the beltway. 61 out of the white marsh area. the area bridges checking out ok 11 minutes on the outer loop northeast side. 10 minutes to go south on 95 from the beltway southwest to 32. traffic is building at the fort mchenry. a nice start north and southbound. this is 295. south block traffic is still moving at a good clip down towards 32 -- southbound traffic moving at a good clip down towards 32. [ballpark organ plays] >> for the first time since 1997, the baltimore orioles are playing postseason baseball. >> they are hoping for orioles magic against the rangers. pete gilbert is in arlington with what the birds will face tonight. >> joe saunders takes the mound for the orioles. the rangers' pitcher has been a very good. the orioles did not face them. >> we did not face him this year. we look at them today and tomorrow and get a game plan. >> he can throw '94, '95 and throws sliders, curveballs and can spot up on you. >> the patient
, a dmg from brooklyn, good morning, congresswoman. thanks for joining us. >> good morning, chris. >> there are quite a few who live in brooklyn whose families are in brooklyn while they're here helping to get the news out. what can you tell us about what's going on in your community? >> well, we were a bit more fortunate than some of my other colleagues in that in central brooklyn, our main problem were the high winds with the trees, and we had quite a number of trees down in the district, luckily, our electrical wires and central brooklyn are underground so we didn't have the blackouts that were reported in other parts of brooklyn, just outside of our district, however, an area that was outside of the flood zone that was identified for evacuation, the kanarsy area sustained substantial flooding and blackout so it's been a mixed bag in brooklyn. for the most part we were able to withstand the brunt of the storm with minimal rain and electrical disruption in my district, but i know communities just outside of the boundaries of my communities that have experienced extreme flooding
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the historic brooklyn bridge, as well as just about every bridge and tunnel coming into manhattan. remember, we're on an island so we are essentially cut off as the storm hits. across the river the waterfront had been flooding since morning in brooklyn and in jersey city. the subways and buses normally moving 7 million people a day stopped running last night. people encouraged to stay in place. now those subways are reportedly submerged in four feet of water. we were with the chairman of the mta with one of the tidal surges they've been warning about happened. >> what surprises me is the power of the water. it's just unbelievably flowing as it goes down. i'm a new yorker, i've never seen anything particularly like this going into a tunnel. >> reporter: power was cut into the brooklyn battery tunnel. >> we're with abc news, we need to get to the truck on the other side. >> reporter: our satellite truck became stranded and we had to make our way through the floodwaters any way we could. >> the only way we're going to make it is if we hang on to the fence. it's flooded here. >> reporter: offshore,
seeing a very familiar face. the first game ever, the new barclays krecenter in brooklyn. look who's there? first possession of the game, wizards going to work. inside, the old fella, oklafor. he lost 12 pounds because of food poisoning. wizards down by three. wizards going the other way, mack to crawford over to another new wizard, trevor ariza. the wizards within one. under six to go. brooklyn up by 7. they haven't had a pro-team in brooklyn since 1957. the wizards fall 98-88. head coach randy whitman looking forward to his team getting back to full strength. >> we fought on the boards, you know, we ended up getting beat by four. we're playing a little undermanned right now. but, hey, withe're stepping up battling. we do those kinds of things and hopefully you get some more guys back. >> i know it's painful, but it is our duty to show game 2 of the nlcs. >> oh, really? >> have to do it. bottom of the 1, first batter. that one is kbon. second lead off in the post-season for the giant's center fielder. bottom of the four, he's doing some more damage. finds the gap in left center. m
'm erika miller in brooklyn, new york, standing in the first medical facility just for freelancers. we'll show you how it's different from your doctor's office. >> susie: that early google earnings release turned gains into losses on wall street-- the dow fell eight points, the tech heavy nasdaq lost 31, and the s&p off three. ahead of the google news, investors were puzzled by the ... today's report on the job market. jobless claims rose by 46,000 in the past week to 388,000. the bigger than expected jump reflects claims not reported by the state of california last week. the labor department calls the distortions temporary and blames technical factors in its collection process. investors were also on the lookout for news out of europe. european leaders kicked off a two-day summit in brussels to work more on resolving the european union's debt crisis. joining us now with what to expect from that meeting, andres garcia-amaya, global market strategist at j.p. morgan asset management. andres, there's been 22 summits over the past 2 years since the debt crisis started. do you think that th
. things are going to change. a little frost on the pumpkin. >> one problem in the brooklyn area at 10th avenue. we have an accident and some lane closures. speech on 63 at the west side outer loop. 61 checking out ok over towards the harrisburg expressway. 64 on 95 south. here's a quick, live look at traffic. an update on 795. light volume down towards the beltway. no problems on 70 at 29. traffic running smoothly. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. [ballpark organ plays] >> it has been a long time but the orioles are preparing for a postseason game today. i said playoffs. >> there is a buzz back in baltimore and not just with the fans. jennifer franciotti has more. >> the orioles and postseason are good for fans and businesses. a home game would be even better. that whole wait and see it as to what happens tonight has businesses in a bit of a conundrum. baltimore in limbo waiting to see if baltimore can beat texas. there are a lot of businesses find themselves in a hurry up and wait situation. they are printing generic orioles teachers. a win means putting things in high gear. >>
is brooklyn, where the power's on. but across the river, absolute blackout. the local utility, con ed, actually had to cut power to some areas of brooklyn and staten island overnight. and along the jersey shore, the view from the air revealing just how much devastation that popular tourist area suffered. there's worries about leaking fuel in some still-flooded towns. new jersey governor chris christie is promising the area will be rebuilt. he says it won't be the same, though. >>> and further from the east coast, sandy will go down as a massive snowmaker. one ski resort in west virginia reported three feet of mostly heavy, wet snow that was blown by 60-mile-per-hour winds. the weight of the snow was too much for some trees, many of which collapsed across roads, forcing those roads to close. >> the scope is just unbelievable. >>> once again this morning, our broadcast is dedicated to the latest on the storm and its aftermath. >> and so, we begin with abc's mark greenblatt. he's in hard-hit lower manhattan this morning with the latest. good morning to you, mark. >> reporter: good mornin
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call as well coming out of a firehouse in brooklyn, new york. firehouse evacuation of engine 206, which is on grand street off the newton creek requesting not trucks or cars but boats to evacuate the men inside engine 206. the water has risen so quickly. it's a live look at the fdr drive now on the main highway on the east side of manhattan. it is under water south of 20th street all the way around lower manhattan. the storm surge is lower manhattan has reached. the fear was the storm surge would top the previous record of 11.2 feet. instead it's now at 13 feet officially from the national weather service. and arrested cog to the national weather service that is enough to inundate lower manhattan. we are told now the flooding all around the southern tip of manhattan in parts of queens and staten island. communication is certainly limited. 1.5 million people are without power and the damage estimates in the early going here are now at 10 to $20 million, which would make this one of the most costly natural disasters in american history. wow. david lee miller has been following this storm.
as gritty, dirty, even swampy. there you go. >>>. ♪ i know my way around here the brooklyn duck >> barbra streisand went back to her brooklyn roots last night at the new barclays center. she said the last time she performed so low in brooklyn, it was on somebody's front stoop, and she was 8 years old. she also said she left brooklyn to pursue her dreams, but that brooklyn never quite left her. streisand is 70 years old now and famously battled stage fright. no sign of nerves last night, though, as she sang and joked to a very appreciative crowd. >>> new details today on who will star in the film adaptation of the best-selling novel "fifty shades of grey." actress mila kunis is the front-runner. kunis tops the list of actresses being considered, she was recently named the sexiest woman alive by esquire magazine. emma watson and kristen stewart also topped that list. ryan gosling is considered for the male lead. >>> one of the most critically acclaimed movie of the fall season opens this weekend. ben affleck's new thriller "argo" isn't the only movie hit in theaters. >> we have to cut $48,0
tomorrow night. >>> well, she is from brooklyn but never played brooklyn until now. >> i don't know why i'm frightened ♪ ♪ ♪ i know my way around here. >> a return to her roots this weekend for barbra streisand, taking advantage of the biggest and newest borough, the newest home, the barclay center, two shows, one last night, she is 70 now. and the new york times says her voice is still "singularly compelling" you know what they say about people who need people. and last night she seemed to enjoy the love of the crowd >>> and among the most quoted moments of the debate last night, switching the distinctive hair of the duo last night, just like it was striking a week ago with romney and obama. when we come back, a rallying cry, and a new movement to make sure mom stays in the picture. >>> finally tonight, she is just one mom among millions in this country, and yet something she said, something she wrote about, something she noticed in her own family has the attention of a lot of other mothers and fathers in the u.s. specifically, she noted she was not in any family photos with her ki
successes. before he was 10, the romero family took flight to the williams burg section of brooklyn because of the numbered streets such as south 6th and south 7th which carried their direction. in time, the south street became puerto rican, displacing the italians, who moved deeper into brooklyn. the north streets were remained polish extending into green point. his parents purchased a house cheaply and over the years created a home that was a welcome place for their children and grandchildren. this haven was of such serenity that kenny often felt the same respect and awe that he experienced when entering the fragrant solitude of the catholic church, fleeing went the irish seeking refuge from the advancing harlems, the dark skin of the people making unrecognizable the prejudices they had endured when they arrived in america. the defect of memory driving them forward to separate themselves from the shadows that follow all immigrants. fleeing went the puerto ricans, escaping the same blackness, but impeled by the fear of blood, both physical and hereditary, fearing with greater horror the pr
of brooklyn. the next week you are going to have return of traditional sports n first time in 50 years, certain baseball team left for the west coast. but until the dodgers come back brooklyn will never be back. >> paul: all right. >> recently the court in washington, d.c. has been strike down federal regulations like securities and exchange commission and epa. it enrages regulators that has an intimidation campaign to get judges appointed to back off doing this kind of stuff. so it's really an ugly scene. this a hit for the judges for sticking to the law and not politics. >> paul: steve? >> more signs that government motors just isn't working for taxpayers. obama administration has put five billion of taxpayer money behind the development of an electric car but one of major battery companies for these cars went bankrupt. now another major producer looks like it's in financial trouble. we should have a policy in this country that says separation of car and state. >> paul: all right, steve. thanks very much. if you have your own hit or miss and follow us on twitter. that is hit for this
siendo el peligro nÚmero uno. uno de los tÚneles mÁs importantes que comunican manhattan con brooklyn estÁ bajo el agua. automÓviles en el distrito financiero que estÁ bajo el agua. piden a las personas que no llamen al 911 por caÍda de Árboles y cosas menores, se han reportado cuantiosos daÑos en fachadas de la ciudad. hemos estado transmitiendo todo el dÍa, hemos visto como explotan los transformadores en otros aledaÑos, las cosas siguen complicadas en new york con la tormenta tropical sandy. >>> una de las ciudades mÁs ilumina iluminadas de estados unidos no hay luz casi a tus espaldas. los fuertes vientos y lluvias provocaron desplomes de las fachadas de edificio de departamentos en new york. las autoridades no reportaro vÍctimas en ese incidente, uno de l primeros en medio de la super tormenta que azota la zona entera. una grÚa de construcciÓn tiene en alerta a las autoridades despuÉs que cediÓ a los efectos del mal tiempo y colapsÓ en las alturas provocando la evacuaciÓn de edificios ilusiy lugares cer. >>> diego se referÍa al tÚnel br brooklyn donde se conecta
. hundreds of patients are being moved out of the facility. sandy flooded new york's brooklyn battery tunnel normally busy toll road connects manhattan and brooklyn. officials shut the tunnel and holland tunnel down yesterday. >> airports are trying to cover after the storm forced cancellation of thousands of flights. sfo, 150 flights cancelled. travelers are scrambling to find other means of transportation tough as well travelers are filling up hotels near the airport some could be stranded through the end of the week. more cancellations are expected. terry mcsweeney will have a live report from sfo at the top of the hour. >>> for up to the minute information on flight cancellations and delays, go to the flight tracker on the front page of >>> the storm is having a big impact on presidential race. mitt romney cancelled an event in wisconsin last night and made his staff available for storm relief. president obama cancelled campaign events in florida and virginia so he could return to washington to manage federal storm relief. traditional campaigning taking a backseat to the st
. at the heart of the city, life is slowly returning to normal. new yorkers across the brooklyn bridge on a foot. michael bloomberg sounded a defiant first belt of a reopened stock exchange. the message from the mayor is that the big apple is open for business. that only tells part of the story. in the greater new york area, there is still many many homes without power. the subway network is shut down. this is the scene at one subway station where monday night the waters rose from track to ceiling. parts of the network will reopen tomorrow. this is a city that has survived or stand sandy. hear, all along on the eastern seaboard. questions to test those who would lead america. >> questions indeed. for the very latest, we can go to jane hill. as steve was reported, the city is starting to get back to life. i am not sure this will be a new york that we all know. >> no, it is a very peculiar feeling. we are very near battery park on the southern tip of manhattan. this is the battery under park, one of the seven main passes through the city. four out of seven of these tunnels are still full of water.
ahead on 9news now, the bizarre link between the murder of a pregnant bride to be in brooklyn and sniper lee boyd malvo. >> temperatures a little above average on the high side. it's just going to get warmer. here are the numbers. still behind for the month on precip and over eight and a half inches behind for the year. we'll come back and talk about temps going up and if any rain or showers are rolling in. we'll watch tropical storm sandy as well. >> fidel castro. we'll tell you why the former cuban dictator is making it very public that he's still alive and women. >>> fidel castro says rumors of his death are greatly exaggerated. the former cuban leader agreed to be photographed holding a daily newspaper to prove he is alive. the photos show him walking outside on a sunny day on what appeared to be a farm. castro accused news agencies and enemies of cuba of spreading what he called stupidity about him. social media has been buzzing with stories about his decline lately. fidel castro is 86. >>> sign tises who failed to predict the deadly earthquake in italy were sentenced to six years i
in brooklyn park. now according to authorities, depending on the size of the urn they weigh anywhere from two to three pounds a and cost anywhere from $600 to $700 but the bronze is only worth $1.69 a pound. the thefts were scattered around the cemetery but police say this isn't the first time that cedar hill was robbed. >> the same cemetery almost a month eying-- ago. we had almost 30 information tor northwest district. these are people's memories. this is important to people, very meaning full. >> the company spokesperson said they are saddened by these thefts. she said they are asking families to contact them immediately. this -- they're offering to replace them with ones made out of zinc, one with not as much metal as bronze. police are asking anyone with information to call them at their office. roosevelt leftwich -- abc2 news. >> a few patches of drizzle. a look around queen anne's county, around queen anne. more showers south of town. this will make its way no laurel, columbia and anne arundel county. mild compared to yesterday. 56 in ellicott city. north of town where we had a decent
brooklyn bridge as well as just about every bridge and tunnel into manhattan. remember, we're on an island we're essentially cut off as the storm hits. across the river the waterfront had been flooding since morning in brooklyn and jersey city. the subways and buses normally moving 7 million people a day stopped running last night. people encouraged to stay in place. now, though, subways are submerged in four feet of water. we were with the chairman of mta when one of the tidal surges they were warning about happened. >> what surprises me is the power of the water. it's unbelievably flowing. i'm a new yorker, i've never seen anything like this into a tunnel. >> reporter: power was cut in the brook llyn battery tunnel. our satellite truck was stranded and we had to make our way through the waters any way we could. we can hang on to the fence. it's flooded here. offshore laerd liberty's torch has been extingished as power outages spread across town, a small explosion hitting a con ed son plant. 375,000 people who live in the evacuation zones and low-lying areas prone to flooding, deep in the
of americans embrace for the full impact. >> we go live to laura who is in brooklyn. earlier you were in manhattan. how have things changed recently? >> well, the wind is really picking up, and so have the rain. the east river where it meets the hudson river and the new york harbor, the water is beginning to rise. you see that storm surge. and that's even before the hurricane has made landfall, and that's even before the high tide here in new york, which isn't due until 9:00 tonight, not for another few hours. but remember we have high tide already, even before the hurricane, because it's a full moon. you have these strange astronomical high tide. it's weird confluence of events. and new york is really bracing itself for what this storm will bring. you can hear the sirens behind me. will it bring massive flooding? will it bring power outages? there are dedicated storm chasers out there but most of the city is inside hunkering down, bracing for what's to come. >> lawyer awe, we are -- laura, we're looking at the scene in new jersey, the waves coming your way are massive. what are peopl
," including coney island, manhattan beach and red hook and otheriars in brooklyn. all of the rockaways and hamilton beach special broad channel in queens, almost all the coastal areas of staten island, city ooh land, throtion throtion -- throgs neck and battery park city and stretches of the waterfront and the lower east side and manhattan. do you want to find out if you live in zone "a"? call 311 or go to the city's web site and type in your address or give your address on the operator. they will tell you. if you live in one of the 26 public housing developments in zone "a," be aware that all elevators there will shut down at 7:00 p.m. tonight. so if really is important that you leave... this afternoon. also, the mta has announced they will start shutting down service to subways at 7 o'clock tonight, buses at 9:00 tonight, if you need mass transit to leave zone ancht, there is a time line, where youville to find another way to get out. let me stress, if you don't evacuate, you are putting your own -- you are not just putting your own life in danger, you are also endangering the lives
of brooklyn at anytime. i don't know. [ laughter ] >> i'm tired. >> did we take you really off track there? >> yes, exactly. we're taking your calls at 1-800-steph-1-2. we're going to be checking in with john fugelsang who is in manhattan. his power did not go out yesterday. but i guess everything south of time square everything lost power. >> you think about the weather and the actual impact of the storm, but i went through hurricane andrew in 1992 having grown up in miami, you go through a lot of these kinds of storms. when they are vicious like this there's really no way to prepare other than to hunker down and get your supplies in place. but you don't think about the downed trees and how long the power might be out. >> right. >> because the crews have to get to the sources, and that's difficult for them to do to restore power, and you think about the inconveniences of that. with andrew we were out of power for about three weeks, which is when it is really, really hot in miami people had to stay cool and in virginia where they have snow, you have to think about no h
at the formally new jersey and now brooklyn nets over at the new barclay's center in brooklyn and they are postponing that game. i was going to take the day off and go do that but it is hard to get to brooklyn. can you not take the trains. the tunnels are full of water and the subways are not ready. hard to have a basketball game in the middle of this. they are postponing it. we have a clearer picture of the size of the super storm because in cleveland which is obviously hundreds of miles from the atlantic ocean, gusts are topping 65 miles per hour. one woman said it sounded like a bomb went off. officials closed part of the freeway along lake erie where the waves reached 20' with power out to 100,000 homes and businesses in the cleveland, ohio, area, the rock-n-roll hall of fame and the gusts ripped off the siding from the building. mike tobin is in cleveland. how bad is it along the great lakes? >>reporter: as angry as the sea looks or the lake looks, shipping traffic is open. look in the distance you can see a cargo hauler back at work. 50 percent of the cargo haulers are b
right now in monument street. so a big problem there. and a crash in brooklyn. vil more coming up in a bit -- i will have more coming up in bit but how is the weather. >> stellar. >> reporter: a lot going on this weekend noon the dog festival. let's go on and talk about what's going on with the weather because we are feeling pretty good. these temperatures are above average but what you are feeling is that dry air. remember yesterday, the day before that, we were sticky outside. it was not feeling too bad. -- good. 58 in galena and glen elg at 56 this morning. and we are dry in terms of no rain falling from the sky for today. maryland's most fourful air is looking at the sweeps scanning the skies but not a lot to scan and that's the scenario heading through remainder of today. as we break the forecast down hour by hour, 8:00 lots of sunshine in the forecast. it's going to be coolant temperature at 60 degrees. plenty of sunshine will prevail even as we go into lunchtime today. eat the lunch outdoors and cheese cake factory sounds really good. eat the cheese cake outside. 78 degrees
this is going already. that's a look at the news documentary that's already getting oscar buzz called "brooklyn castle." it follows five members of a chess time in an inner city high school in brooklyn where 50% lives below the poverty line. it tells a story of the challenges facing the team on and off the chessboard. there's no question they're the kings of their domain. >> we'll chush our opponents in chess no marry. yeah. ♪ >> it isn't all fun and games, though. the film shows the tough choices facing schools and the age of budget cuts with education as an important issue as it is this november, this is a must watch for chess lovers and jocks aalike. joining us is the director of "brooklyn castle" which opens in theaters today. this is just -- to set this up for people, this is an extraordinary story. very poor school, and these kids are basically the best chess players their age in the country. how did this school become a national chess powerhouse? >> yeah. they have a lot of after school programs at 318. i think the late principal really placed a high value on after-school programs and
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